CLEVELAND - An interview from "America's Most Wanted" after the disappearance of Gina DeJesus may shed new light on the relationships involved in the case.
In the clip from a 2005 episode of the program, Arlene Castro, the daughter of Ariel, one of the brothers arrested in the case, said she was the last person to see DeJesus before she went missing.
"She gave me 50 cents to call my mom and so my mom said no that I can't go over to her house...so, I told her I couldn't and she said, 'Well okay, I'll talk to you later' and she just walked," Castro said.
A voiceover identifies Castro as DeJesus' "classmate and best friend."
DeJesus went missing in April 2004 while walking home from Wilbur Middle School. She was one of three missing women found inside the house belonging to Ariel Castro on Seymour Avenue Monday night.
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